Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by darklordoftech, Oct 6, 2012.
turn against Ventress? It seemed out of nowhere and unexplained.
Savage thought Asajj betrayed him
I think that's how Talzin's spell was designed to work.
This was my assumption as well. Though it's kind of hard to tell since we don't really have any real motives (yet) behind her plans.
Everyone says that she is like sidious 2.0
But, what if she is working for sidious instead of trying to kill him? could be an interesting thought.
I don't particularly like her character, but I am certainly looking forward to seeing the motives behind all this.
I don't like her either.
Nightsisters are plain wierd
Asajj was putting him down during the duel; no different to how Dooku was treating him. The fact that she was pretty much a ***** to him since he was reborn probably added fuel to the fire.
I do wonder why Talzin would plot against Ventress...
I'm wondering how between magic, betrayal and story inconnsistences
How does any of this make sense anymore?
This is what I think. Savage just got fed up with the crap from ventress down talking him and blaming him for her own shortcomings. Plus she basically made him kill his brother, that could be in the back of his mind. And if that didn't top it off, well there's Dooku Spaming force lightning left and right. Dude just lost it.
Maybe Talzin wants revenge on Sidious for "stealing" Maul from her.
That would be a really odd way to get revenge
Not sure if "odd" can even cover all that.
Because she made him kill his brother, Savage was probably fully aware of his actions just unable to stop himself, Talzin told Ventress that she had to speak to him softly to control him, in the heat of battle she started screaming at him and the spell was broken.
Why did Savage even exist?!
To bring back Maul.
There was no need of Savage Opress to 'bring back Maul'. Though I am far from being a Savage's fan, I would've prefer that they stick with this character only and develop it, without resurecting Maul. I still think it was ridiculous idea and the way it was carried out too. I mean this idea is directly inspired from an Infinity comic books and not meat at all to be some sort of canon...
Tell that to GL.
It's all for the money, man.
That becomes less convincing as they make fewer TCW figures...
That may be. I still found that disppointing for there are ways for a franchise to make money without compromising the quality of the product. I don't see why that should not apply to TCW. Of course there has to be a will to do so... But a will does not always suffice, there also has to be competent people working on provinding that quality.